"); “Brown-headed Munia” (L. a. brunneiceps) is a distinct form that occurs on the southwestern peninsula of Sulawesi and some smaller islands to the east: Kabaena, Muna, Buton, Buru, and reportedly also on the Togian and Banggai Islands (east of central Sulawesi). © Jerry Ting, Chestnut Munia, L. a. sinensis, with rufous-chestnut belly. (Akheraj Swamp, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India; August 5, 2018.) var scJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? In general: (1) Tricolored has a specific belly pattern that is nearly invariable, whereas Chestnut’s belly pattern is highly variable; and (2) Chestnut’s flanks and upperparts are almost always concolor, or nearly so, whereas Tricolored almost always has flanks that are distinctly paler than its upperparts. The nest is a large domed grass structure in a bush or tall grass into which 4-7 white eggs are © bird.soong, Chestnut Munia, L. a. jagori, juvenile. Many individuals show a slightly darker hood that is limited to the head and neck. With this knowledge, most clearly observed individuals can be reliably identified. © Vinod Puri Goswami. In Handbook of the Birds of the World Alive (J. del Hoyo, A. Elliott, J. Sargatal, D.A. This estrildid finch is a resident breeding bird in Bangladesh, Brunei, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Burma, Nepal, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam and Hawaii. Munias and Mannikins. © Atanu Modak. (Bosipota, Hooghly, West Bengal, India; December 30, 2018.) © Sumit Sengupta, Chestnut Munia—likely, based on blurred belly pattern and concolor upperparts and flanks. (Palu, Sulawesi, Indonesia; August 24, 2008.) The Chestnut Munia, Lonchura atricapilla, was once the national bird of the Phillipines. (Dumaguete, Negros Oriental, Philippines; January 2, 2018.) https://www.hbw.com/node/61195. (Luzon, Philippines; April 2, 2013.) It is believed to have a large, stable population and has been given a conservation rating of Least Concern by the IUCN. “Brown-headed Munia,” L. a. brunneiceps. (Accessed July 12, 2019.). Pyle, R.L., and P. Pyle. var sc_invisible=0; (Accessed April 15, 2018. (Penampang, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia; January 13, 2013.) Texas placed 3 rd with high counts for 95 species, five forms and two exotics, and was followed by Hawaii with 73 species, four forms and three exotics, Arizona 68 species and seven forms, Alaska 34 species and one form It was formerly considered conspecific with the closely related tricoloured munia, but is now widely recognized as a separate species. © Subrato Sanyal, Chestnut Munia, L. a. formosana, showing an extensive, blurry-edged black belly patch. © Ashok Kumar Das, Chestnut Munia, L. a. sinensis, a pale-brown individual—note rustier rump and bright orange tail. (Hualien, Taiwan; February 8, 2014.) (Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary, Assam, India; May 6, 2015.) They forage for these food sources in low vegetation and on the ground. BirdLife International. This species forages for grass seeds in For an account of their variation and guidance on some consistent distinctions to differentiate them in the field, see above. Lonchura atricapilla deignani 6. “Brown-headed Munia” (L. a. brunneiceps) reportedly overlaps with L. a. jagori on southern Sulawesi without known interbreeding and has different vocalizations, so it may prove to be a separate species. The Chestnut Munia is a small Estrildid finch that occurs in India, Sri Lanka, and much of southeastern Asia. A Guide to the Birds of the West Indies. (Fort Rotterdam, Selatan, Sulawesi; September 17, 2017.) In India, it formerly occurred west to Haryana and northern Rajasthan, but the Tricolored Munia has largely displaced it from northern India and Nepal such that it is now scarce or absent west of West Bengal. The Estrildidae (pronounced es-TRIL-duh-dee) family, which includes the waxbills, contains one hundred and forty-one species in twenty-nine genera mostly found in tropical regions of Africa, Asia, and Australia. It used to be the national bird of the Philippines until this honor was given to the Philippine Eagle. Members of this family are often plumaged in attractive patterns of brown, white, and gray with black barring or spotting. Polytypic species consisting of eight recognized subspecies, including the potentially distinct “Brown-headed Munia” (L. a. brunneiceps). The sexes are similar. Belly Pattern:  Tricolored Munia consistently shows a crisply defined black belly. ), Tricolored Munia—likely, based on well-defined belly patch—in this photo, the flanks appear only slightly paler than the upperparts. © Ingo Waschkies, Chestnut Munia, L. a. atricapilla, ventral view showing a well-defined black belly patch. © Paul van Giersbergen, Chestnut Munia, L. a. jagori, with darker rufous-chestnut rump and bright orange tail. (Baruipur, South 24 Parganas District, West Bengal, India; November 25, 2018.) Princeton University Press, Princeton, N.J. eBird. Red Munia Lonchura cantans African Silverbill Lonchura punctulata Nutmeg Mannikin, Ricebird, Spotted Munia Lonchura malacca Chestnut Munia or Mannikin, Black-headed Mannikin or Munia Padda oryzivora Java Sparrow ! (Koror, Palau; June 18, 2019.) Chestnut Munias, introduced and established in the Southeastern Hawaiian Islands since 1959, have been referred to in the Hawaiian literature as various of the above names (HAS 1967-2005; Berger 1972, 1981; Pyle 1977-2002 The chestnut munia has several subspecies that are recognized as followed: 1. Brazil, M. 2009. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2018: e.T22719837A131885437. Although they take insects, small seeds and grain make up the bulk of their diet. (Batu Kawan Marsh, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia; May 15, 2019.) Mutual Publishing, Honolulu, Hawaii. © Kama Jaya Shagir. It has a large conical bill and blue-gray legs and feet. The best bird guide and bird watching search engine to identify The reuse or copying of bird calls in this database is strictly forbidden2. In Thailand, it is locally common in marshes from Bangkok to Prachuap Khiri Khan, and in a few interior wetland areas. Birdfinding.info ⇒  Uncommon and local across the continental portions of its range, but common in Taiwan, the Philippines, the Malay Peninsula (including Singapore), Sabah, and northern Sulawesi. (Guwahati, Assam, India; April 15, 2015.) National Institute for Environmental Studies, Invasive Species of Japan, Lonchura atricapilla. Members of the Estrildidae such as the waxbills are known for their colorful bills with a “wax-like” appearance. (Yamuna Khader, Wazirabad, Delhi, India; July 23, 2017.) (Barasat, West Bengal, India; May 8, 2016.) The field identification problem is best solved by a study of the intrinsic variation in both species. The chestnut munia is a small gregarious bird which feeds mainly on grain and other seeds. Chestnut Munia, L. a. jagori, immature. Chestnut Munia, L. a. jagori, showing a blackish belly patch with a blurred border. 1993. They occur together in West Bengal, western Bangladesh, formerly and perhaps still westward on the Ganges River plain in northern India and Nepal (where Tricolored has apparently displaced Chestnut), in northwestern South America (western Ecuador and Colombia), and possibly on some Caribbean islands—though most if not all recently documented records from the West Indies appear to be Tricolored. Chestnut Munia: This is a small, mostly uniform chestnut colored estrildid finch with a black head and upper breast. There are thirteen species of Estrildidae in five genera that occur in North America (including the Hawaiian Islands). Tricolored Munia has apparently expanded its range north across a broad region of the Indian subcontinent (essentially throughout the Ganges River plain), and now occupies a large area that was formerly occupied by Chestnut Munia, apparently out-competing and replacing it. Note that some subspecies of Chestnut—mainly jagori of the Philippines and Indonesia—can show a crisply defined black belly, but the shape and extent of the patch usually differs and these subspecies rarely, if ever, overlap with Tricolored. Inhabits marshes, wet grassy areas, rice fields, and gardens from eastern India eastward to southern China and south through Indochina, Taiwan, the Philippines, Sumatra, Borneo, Sulawesi, and the Moluccas. © Luis Mario Arce, Chestnut Munia, L. a. sinensis, an unusually reddish individual with concolor rump and tail. Lonchura atricapilla brunneiceps 7. The chestnut munia, (Lonchura atricapilla) (formerly considered as a subspecies of the tricoloured munia Lonchura malacca atricapilla) also known as black-headed munia, is … Version 2. The Black-headed Munia, Lonchura atricapilla, is also known as Chestnut Muni. http://dx.doi.org/10.2305/IUCN.UK.2018-2.RLTS.T22719837A131885437.en. (Malim Nawar Wetlands, Perak, Malaysia; January 2, 2019.) © Bill Bacon, Chestnut Munia, L. a. atricapilla, immature. http://hbs.bishopmuseum.org/birds/rlp-monograph/. © Alex Vargas, Chestnut Munia, L. a. sinensis, showing an all-chestnut belly. A medium-sized munia with a very large, pale blue or whitish bill, mostly chestnut-colored body, and a hood that is typically black but can be brown. Immature plumages are similar to those of several other munias, warm-brown above and buffy below, some rustier and some more neutral brown. Chestnut Munias were introduced to O'ahu in the Southeastern Hawaiian Islands around 1959 and are known in the Hawaiian literature by various of the above names (HAS 1967-2005; Berger 1972, 1981; Pyle 1977-2002, AOU 1983, 1998; https://www.nies.go.jp/biodiversity/invasive/DB/detail/20220e.html. pink!". (Ban Bang Pu, Samut Prakan, Thailand; August 17, 2014.) © Apisit Wilaijit, Chestnut Munia, L. a. jagori, with a blackish-brown hood and extensive but irregular black belly patch. (Barasat, North 24 Parganas, West Bengal, India; September 4, 2013.) Assortative breeding has also been reported in the wild in both native and introduced populations. The species was also introduced to Guam, Jamaica, Palau, Puerto Rico, Hawaii, Vanuatu and Venezuela. (Luzon, Philippines; April 2, 2013.) © Andy Lee, Chestnut Munia, L. a. atricapilla—note darker, rufous-chestnut rump and pale highlights in tail. Since the mid-1990s the trend has been to recognize them as separate, following Robin Restall, who wrote the most comprehensive reference work on munias worldwide (Munias and Mannikins, 1996). (Esmeraldas, Ecuador; January 27, 2014.) © Raj Kamal Phukan, Chestnut Munia, L. a. formosana, showing characteristically concolor flanks and upperparts—this individual also has a brownish hood, which is rarely, if ever, seen on Tricolored. (Jorhat, Assam, India; June 4, 2011.) © Darren Bellerby, Chestnut Munia, L. a. sinensis, showing an all-chestnut belly. There are noticeable color differences among and within populations: some are bright chestnut overall, some are browner or darker shades of chestnut, and some are much paler brown or rich rufous-chestnut. pageTracker._trackPageview(); Bird Call Credits: The Macaulay Library of Natural Sounds at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Chestnut Munia 7/18/08撮影 Red-crested Cardinal / Brazilian Cardinal 5/05/08撮影 車のフロントガラスに「ピタッ!」 6/2/08撮影 Black-crowned Night Heron 鷲?と思った程大きく堂々としていました(参考サイト) この樹の中枝に 7/20 © Sharif Uddin, Chestnut Munia, L. a. formosana, immature. (Bang Poo, Bangkok, Thailand; July 8, 2012.) Chestnut Munia, L. a. sinensis, showing a blurry-edged blackish belly patch. (Amphoe Ban Laem, Phetchaburi, Thailand; March 4, 2018.) Also common in Hawaii, where it is often found in open grassy areas, including suburban lawns, on Kauai, Oahu, and Maui. (Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia; May 1, 2014.) ), Payne, R. 2018. Most are chestnut or rufous, some are other shades of brown, but the flanks and upperparts match. © Kellen Apuna. (Namlea, Buru, Indonesia; January 27, 2011.) B.P. The Chestnut Munia is also known as the Black-headed Munia and Black-headed Nun. © Wong Tsu Shi, Chestnut Munia, L. a. atricapilla, immature. The Chestnut Munia is a small Estrildid finch that occurs in India, Sri Lanka, and much of southeastern Asia. 鳥 名 キンパラ / 金腹 / Chestnut Munia / Lonchura atricapilla ( スズメ目 / カエデチョウ科 / キンパラ属 ) 仲 間 大きさ L10-12cm /少ない留鳥(移入外来種) 異 名 英名;Chestnut Mannikin 由 来 腹部の白いギ … Individuals that fit this general description apparently occur to some extent throughout Tricolored’s range, but they may be more numerous in areas of potential overlap with Chestnut. The chestnut munia or black-headed munia (Lonchura atricapilla) is a small passerine. Members of the Estrildidae are social birds that often occur in flocks while foraging, some species nesting in loose colonies. "https://ssl." This estrildid finch is a resident breeding bird in Bangladesh, Brunei, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Burma, Nepal, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam and Hawaii. Lonchura atricapilla atricapilla 2. Introduced to several islands in the tropical Pacific. Chestnut Munia, L. a. jagori, showing a blackish belly patch with a blurred border. Some variants of Tricolored Munia are very similar to some Chestnut Munias. © Sarah Lim, Chestnut Munia, L. a. jagori, with blurry-edged blackish belly patch. In cases of potential confusion, a crisply defined black belly patch usually indicates Tricolored. Immatures are plain sandy brown with slightly darker wings. © George Inocencio, Chestnut Munia, L. a. formosana, with brown hood, rufous-chestnut rump and light-orange tail. In atricapilla, the subspecies that occurs naturally with Tricolored, very few individuals, if any, show the same belly pattern as Tricolored. Often considered conspecific with Tricolored Munia, together comprising the Black-headed Munia (L. malacca), sometimes also including White-capped Munia, but the three are increasingly regarded as separate species. The relationship between Tricolored and Chestnut Munias ( Lonchura malacca and L. atricapilla ) has been fraught with confusion and some disagreement remains over their taxonomic status. (Accessed July 12, 2019.). Often seen in flocks, usually in grassy areas, including lawns, but also marshes and rice paddies; prefers wetter areas than Scaly-breasted Munia. Some of these intermediate birds may be hybrids (or back-cross descendants of hybrids) but most are merely color morphs of Tricolored. © Sarah Lim. Chestnut Munia, L. a. jagori—the belly patch is well-defined, but very extensive, making the breastband narrow—and this location is far out of Tricolored’s range. // Flank Coloration:  On Chestnut Munia, the flanks and upperparts are consistently concolor, within a few shades of each other. This species forages for grass seeds in grasslands, marshes and weedy fields. 2018. (Tambun, Sulawesi, Indonesia; September 8, 2005.) In North America, the estrildid finches are introduced species that are not considered to be threatened. (Penampang, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia; January 13, 2013.) This species forages for grass seeds in grasslands, marshes and weedy fields. birds! Chestnut Munia: Resident on several southeastern Hawaiian Islands. Many have a black belly, but in most cases Chestnut’s belly patch is not crisply defined—instead it typically blurs from black to blackish to chestnut. © Luke Seitz, Chestnut Munia, L. a. atricapilla, a dark chestnut individual with a well-defined black belly patch. In North America, there are populations in regions with climates warm enough to support these tropical birds such as in the states of Florida, Hawaii, and California. © Paul van Giersbergen. Additional introduced populations have been reported from the West Indies, but they do not appear to be well established. Female's call is higher pitched. © Lin Scott, Chestnut Munia, L. a. sinensis, immature molting into adult plumage. In most such cases, other factors will tend to indicate one species over the other, but perhaps not definitively. Many authoritative references in India continue to treat Tricolored and Chestnut as a single species. "); (As noted above, the flanks are typically white but can be yellow, tan, cinnamon, rufous, and several shades in between. Martyn Stewart, http://www.naturesound.org, Redmond, Washington USA. This individual is unusually pale and was identified as a cinnamon morph Tricolored. But several sources of confusion remain—most emanate from India, where both species (or forms) are native: A portion of the Tricolored Munia population is variably intermediate in appearance. © William Hull. 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Their sides and breast is gray with dark accents. © Michael K. Poulsen, “Brown-headed Munia,” L. a. brunneiceps. (Tambun, Sulawesi, Indonesia; September 8, 2005.) Photo: Jeanne Lindgren © Poshien Chien, Chestnut Munia, L. a. formosana, with a brownish hood and blurry-edged blackish belly patch —note light-orange tail. Birds of East Asia. It was formerly considered a subspecies of the Tricolored Munia (Lonchura malacca atricapilla) (Accessed July 12, 2019.). As a result, most references to the distributions of the two species do not reflect their current status. この鳥は群れを成して移動する"Chestnut Munia" 先客が帰ったら移動しようと待っていたがワタシの方が先に場所を変えた 7/18/08撮影@Ho'omaluhia BG 関連記事 旅立ち (2008/09/15) 山の顔 (2008/08/28) panel (2008/08/23) 別世界 Instead, the upperparts are usually bright chestnut or another rusty shade of brown and the flanks are distinctly paler. Lonchura atricapilla batakana In cases of potential confusion, contrastingly pale flanks almost always indicates Tricolored, and a close match between the upperparts and the flanks almost always indicates Chestnut. (Honolulu, Hawaii; October 25, 2018.) Members of this family have filled a variety of seed eating niches, including that of bamboo seeding events; an unpredictable occurrence that happens once during a bamboo plant’s life. It feeds mainly on seeds, usually in relatively open habitats, preferring to feed on the ground. Scaly-breasted Munia # X 22 Nov 2020 Alex Wang Hilo Bayfront Soccer Fields, Hawaii 39. © Apisit Wilaijit. It also has been introduced to all the Greater Antilles and Martinique in the Caribbean. © Shekar Vishvanath. © Zhong Ying Koay, Chestnut Munia, L. a. jagori, showing a shadowed, blurry-edged, blackish belly. Instead, it appears that one form out-competes and eliminates the other, which is consistent with their being different species that remain genetically intact and have divergent adaptive success. Spring Hawaii, Page 4 countryside here may also turn up Japanese Bush-Warbler, White-rumped Shama, Hwamei, Chestnut Munia, Red-crested Cardinal, Western Meadowlark, Northern Mockingbird, and others. The waxbills and mannikins are members of this bird family. Yale University Press, New Haven. Munia, any of several small finchlike Asian birds of the mannikin and waxbill groups (family Estrildidae, order Passeriformes).The black-headed munia, or chestnut mannikin (Lonchura malacca, including atricapilla and ferruginosa), is a pest in rice fields from India to Java and the Philippines; as a cage bird it is often called tricolour nun. © Chris Chafer, Chestnut Munia, L. a. formosana, with a brown hood—note bright rusty tail. ), Chestnut Munia, L. a. atricapilla—note concolor flanks and underparts—the belly patch is well-defined, which suggests Tricolored, but it would be out of range. Restall has argued for separating Tricolored and Chestnut Munias based on, among other factors, differences in vocalizations and the gape patterns of nestlings. "statcounter.com/counter/counter_xhtml.js'>"); “Brown-headed Munia” (L. a. brunneiceps) is a distinct form that occurs on the southwestern peninsula of Sulawesi and some smaller islands to the east: Kabaena, Muna, Buton, Buru, and reportedly also on the Togian and Banggai Islands (east of central Sulawesi). © Jerry Ting, Chestnut Munia, L. a. sinensis, with rufous-chestnut belly. (Akheraj Swamp, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India; August 5, 2018.) var scJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? In general: (1) Tricolored has a specific belly pattern that is nearly invariable, whereas Chestnut’s belly pattern is highly variable; and (2) Chestnut’s flanks and upperparts are almost always concolor, or nearly so, whereas Tricolored almost always has flanks that are distinctly paler than its upperparts. The nest is a large domed grass structure in a bush or tall grass into which 4-7 white eggs are © bird.soong, Chestnut Munia, L. a. jagori, juvenile. Many individuals show a slightly darker hood that is limited to the head and neck. With this knowledge, most clearly observed individuals can be reliably identified. © Vinod Puri Goswami. In Handbook of the Birds of the World Alive (J. del Hoyo, A. Elliott, J. Sargatal, D.A. This estrildid finch is a resident breeding bird in Bangladesh, Brunei, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Burma, Nepal, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam and Hawaii. Munias and Mannikins. © Atanu Modak. (Bosipota, Hooghly, West Bengal, India; December 30, 2018.) © Sumit Sengupta, Chestnut Munia—likely, based on blurred belly pattern and concolor upperparts and flanks. (Palu, Sulawesi, Indonesia; August 24, 2008.) The Chestnut Munia, Lonchura atricapilla, was once the national bird of the Phillipines. (Dumaguete, Negros Oriental, Philippines; January 2, 2018.) https://www.hbw.com/node/61195. (Luzon, Philippines; April 2, 2013.) It is believed to have a large, stable population and has been given a conservation rating of Least Concern by the IUCN. “Brown-headed Munia,” L. a. brunneiceps. (Accessed July 12, 2019.). Pyle, R.L., and P. Pyle. var sc_invisible=0; (Accessed April 15, 2018. (Penampang, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia; January 13, 2013.) Texas placed 3 rd with high counts for 95 species, five forms and two exotics, and was followed by Hawaii with 73 species, four forms and three exotics, Arizona 68 species and seven forms, Alaska 34 species and one form It was formerly considered conspecific with the closely related tricoloured munia, but is now widely recognized as a separate species. © Subrato Sanyal, Chestnut Munia, L. a. formosana, showing an extensive, blurry-edged black belly patch. © Ashok Kumar Das, Chestnut Munia, L. a. sinensis, a pale-brown individual—note rustier rump and bright orange tail. (Hualien, Taiwan; February 8, 2014.) (Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary, Assam, India; May 6, 2015.) They forage for these food sources in low vegetation and on the ground. BirdLife International. This species forages for grass seeds in For an account of their variation and guidance on some consistent distinctions to differentiate them in the field, see above. Lonchura atricapilla deignani 6. “Brown-headed Munia” (L. a. brunneiceps) reportedly overlaps with L. a. jagori on southern Sulawesi without known interbreeding and has different vocalizations, so it may prove to be a separate species. The Chestnut Munia is a small Estrildid finch that occurs in India, Sri Lanka, and much of southeastern Asia. A Guide to the Birds of the West Indies. (Fort Rotterdam, Selatan, Sulawesi; September 17, 2017.) In India, it formerly occurred west to Haryana and northern Rajasthan, but the Tricolored Munia has largely displaced it from northern India and Nepal such that it is now scarce or absent west of West Bengal. The Estrildidae (pronounced es-TRIL-duh-dee) family, which includes the waxbills, contains one hundred and forty-one species in twenty-nine genera mostly found in tropical regions of Africa, Asia, and Australia. It used to be the national bird of the Philippines until this honor was given to the Philippine Eagle. Members of this family are often plumaged in attractive patterns of brown, white, and gray with black barring or spotting. Polytypic species consisting of eight recognized subspecies, including the potentially distinct “Brown-headed Munia” (L. a. brunneiceps). The sexes are similar. Belly Pattern:  Tricolored Munia consistently shows a crisply defined black belly. ), Tricolored Munia—likely, based on well-defined belly patch—in this photo, the flanks appear only slightly paler than the upperparts. © Ingo Waschkies, Chestnut Munia, L. a. atricapilla, ventral view showing a well-defined black belly patch. © Paul van Giersbergen, Chestnut Munia, L. a. jagori, with darker rufous-chestnut rump and bright orange tail. (Baruipur, South 24 Parganas District, West Bengal, India; November 25, 2018.) Princeton University Press, Princeton, N.J. eBird. Red Munia Lonchura cantans African Silverbill Lonchura punctulata Nutmeg Mannikin, Ricebird, Spotted Munia Lonchura malacca Chestnut Munia or Mannikin, Black-headed Mannikin or Munia Padda oryzivora Java Sparrow ! (Koror, Palau; June 18, 2019.) Chestnut Munias, introduced and established in the Southeastern Hawaiian Islands since 1959, have been referred to in the Hawaiian literature as various of the above names (HAS 1967-2005; Berger 1972, 1981; Pyle 1977-2002 The chestnut munia has several subspecies that are recognized as followed: 1. Brazil, M. 2009. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2018: e.T22719837A131885437. Although they take insects, small seeds and grain make up the bulk of their diet. (Batu Kawan Marsh, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia; May 15, 2019.) Mutual Publishing, Honolulu, Hawaii. © Kama Jaya Shagir. It has a large conical bill and blue-gray legs and feet. The best bird guide and bird watching search engine to identify The reuse or copying of bird calls in this database is strictly forbidden2. In Thailand, it is locally common in marshes from Bangkok to Prachuap Khiri Khan, and in a few interior wetland areas. Birdfinding.info ⇒  Uncommon and local across the continental portions of its range, but common in Taiwan, the Philippines, the Malay Peninsula (including Singapore), Sabah, and northern Sulawesi. (Guwahati, Assam, India; April 15, 2015.) National Institute for Environmental Studies, Invasive Species of Japan, Lonchura atricapilla. Members of the Estrildidae such as the waxbills are known for their colorful bills with a “wax-like” appearance. (Yamuna Khader, Wazirabad, Delhi, India; July 23, 2017.) (Barasat, West Bengal, India; May 8, 2016.) The field identification problem is best solved by a study of the intrinsic variation in both species. The chestnut munia is a small gregarious bird which feeds mainly on grain and other seeds. Chestnut Munia, L. a. jagori, immature. Chestnut Munia, L. a. jagori, showing a blackish belly patch with a blurred border. 1993. They occur together in West Bengal, western Bangladesh, formerly and perhaps still westward on the Ganges River plain in northern India and Nepal (where Tricolored has apparently displaced Chestnut), in northwestern South America (western Ecuador and Colombia), and possibly on some Caribbean islands—though most if not all recently documented records from the West Indies appear to be Tricolored. Chestnut Munia: This is a small, mostly uniform chestnut colored estrildid finch with a black head and upper breast. There are thirteen species of Estrildidae in five genera that occur in North America (including the Hawaiian Islands). Tricolored Munia has apparently expanded its range north across a broad region of the Indian subcontinent (essentially throughout the Ganges River plain), and now occupies a large area that was formerly occupied by Chestnut Munia, apparently out-competing and replacing it. Note that some subspecies of Chestnut—mainly jagori of the Philippines and Indonesia—can show a crisply defined black belly, but the shape and extent of the patch usually differs and these subspecies rarely, if ever, overlap with Tricolored. Inhabits marshes, wet grassy areas, rice fields, and gardens from eastern India eastward to southern China and south through Indochina, Taiwan, the Philippines, Sumatra, Borneo, Sulawesi, and the Moluccas. © Luis Mario Arce, Chestnut Munia, L. a. sinensis, an unusually reddish individual with concolor rump and tail. Lonchura atricapilla brunneiceps 7. The chestnut munia, (Lonchura atricapilla) (formerly considered as a subspecies of the tricoloured munia Lonchura malacca atricapilla) also known as black-headed munia, is … Version 2. The Black-headed Munia, Lonchura atricapilla, is also known as Chestnut Muni. http://dx.doi.org/10.2305/IUCN.UK.2018-2.RLTS.T22719837A131885437.en. (Malim Nawar Wetlands, Perak, Malaysia; January 2, 2019.) © Bill Bacon, Chestnut Munia, L. a. atricapilla, immature. http://hbs.bishopmuseum.org/birds/rlp-monograph/. © Alex Vargas, Chestnut Munia, L. a. sinensis, showing an all-chestnut belly. A medium-sized munia with a very large, pale blue or whitish bill, mostly chestnut-colored body, and a hood that is typically black but can be brown. Immature plumages are similar to those of several other munias, warm-brown above and buffy below, some rustier and some more neutral brown. Chestnut Munias were introduced to O'ahu in the Southeastern Hawaiian Islands around 1959 and are known in the Hawaiian literature by various of the above names (HAS 1967-2005; Berger 1972, 1981; Pyle 1977-2002, AOU 1983, 1998; https://www.nies.go.jp/biodiversity/invasive/DB/detail/20220e.html. pink!". (Ban Bang Pu, Samut Prakan, Thailand; August 17, 2014.) © Apisit Wilaijit, Chestnut Munia, L. a. jagori, with a blackish-brown hood and extensive but irregular black belly patch. (Barasat, North 24 Parganas, West Bengal, India; September 4, 2013.) Assortative breeding has also been reported in the wild in both native and introduced populations. The species was also introduced to Guam, Jamaica, Palau, Puerto Rico, Hawaii, Vanuatu and Venezuela. (Luzon, Philippines; April 2, 2013.) © Andy Lee, Chestnut Munia, L. a. atricapilla—note darker, rufous-chestnut rump and pale highlights in tail. Since the mid-1990s the trend has been to recognize them as separate, following Robin Restall, who wrote the most comprehensive reference work on munias worldwide (Munias and Mannikins, 1996). (Esmeraldas, Ecuador; January 27, 2014.) © Raj Kamal Phukan, Chestnut Munia, L. a. formosana, showing characteristically concolor flanks and upperparts—this individual also has a brownish hood, which is rarely, if ever, seen on Tricolored. (Jorhat, Assam, India; June 4, 2011.) © Darren Bellerby, Chestnut Munia, L. a. sinensis, showing an all-chestnut belly. There are noticeable color differences among and within populations: some are bright chestnut overall, some are browner or darker shades of chestnut, and some are much paler brown or rich rufous-chestnut. pageTracker._trackPageview(); Bird Call Credits: The Macaulay Library of Natural Sounds at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Chestnut Munia 7/18/08撮影 Red-crested Cardinal / Brazilian Cardinal 5/05/08撮影 車のフロントガラスに「ピタッ!」 6/2/08撮影 Black-crowned Night Heron 鷲?と思った程大きく堂々としていました(参考サイト) この樹の中枝に 7/20 © Sharif Uddin, Chestnut Munia, L. a. formosana, immature. (Bang Poo, Bangkok, Thailand; July 8, 2012.) Chestnut Munia, L. a. sinensis, showing a blurry-edged blackish belly patch. (Amphoe Ban Laem, Phetchaburi, Thailand; March 4, 2018.) Also common in Hawaii, where it is often found in open grassy areas, including suburban lawns, on Kauai, Oahu, and Maui. (Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia; May 1, 2014.) ), Payne, R. 2018. Most are chestnut or rufous, some are other shades of brown, but the flanks and upperparts match. © Kellen Apuna. (Namlea, Buru, Indonesia; January 27, 2011.) B.P. The Chestnut Munia is also known as the Black-headed Munia and Black-headed Nun. © Wong Tsu Shi, Chestnut Munia, L. a. atricapilla, immature. The Chestnut Munia is a small Estrildid finch that occurs in India, Sri Lanka, and much of southeastern Asia. 鳥 名 キンパラ / 金腹 / Chestnut Munia / Lonchura atricapilla ( スズメ目 / カエデチョウ科 / キンパラ属 ) 仲 間 大きさ L10-12cm /少ない留鳥(移入外来種) 異 名 英名;Chestnut Mannikin 由 来 腹部の白いギ … Individuals that fit this general description apparently occur to some extent throughout Tricolored’s range, but they may be more numerous in areas of potential overlap with Chestnut. The chestnut munia or black-headed munia (Lonchura atricapilla) is a small passerine. Members of the Estrildidae are social birds that often occur in flocks while foraging, some species nesting in loose colonies. "https://ssl." This estrildid finch is a resident breeding bird in Bangladesh, Brunei, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Burma, Nepal, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam and Hawaii. Lonchura atricapilla atricapilla 2. Introduced to several islands in the tropical Pacific. Chestnut Munia, L. a. jagori, showing a blackish belly patch with a blurred border. Some variants of Tricolored Munia are very similar to some Chestnut Munias. © Sarah Lim, Chestnut Munia, L. a. jagori, with blurry-edged blackish belly patch. In cases of potential confusion, a crisply defined black belly patch usually indicates Tricolored. Immatures are plain sandy brown with slightly darker wings. © George Inocencio, Chestnut Munia, L. a. formosana, with brown hood, rufous-chestnut rump and light-orange tail. In atricapilla, the subspecies that occurs naturally with Tricolored, very few individuals, if any, show the same belly pattern as Tricolored. Often considered conspecific with Tricolored Munia, together comprising the Black-headed Munia (L. malacca), sometimes also including White-capped Munia, but the three are increasingly regarded as separate species. The relationship between Tricolored and Chestnut Munias ( Lonchura malacca and L. atricapilla ) has been fraught with confusion and some disagreement remains over their taxonomic status. (Accessed July 12, 2019.). Often seen in flocks, usually in grassy areas, including lawns, but also marshes and rice paddies; prefers wetter areas than Scaly-breasted Munia. Some of these intermediate birds may be hybrids (or back-cross descendants of hybrids) but most are merely color morphs of Tricolored. © Sarah Lim. Chestnut Munia, L. a. jagori—the belly patch is well-defined, but very extensive, making the breastband narrow—and this location is far out of Tricolored’s range. // Flank Coloration:  On Chestnut Munia, the flanks and upperparts are consistently concolor, within a few shades of each other. This species forages for grass seeds in grasslands, marshes and weedy fields. 2018. (Tambun, Sulawesi, Indonesia; September 8, 2005.) In North America, the estrildid finches are introduced species that are not considered to be threatened. (Penampang, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia; January 13, 2013.) This species forages for grass seeds in grasslands, marshes and weedy fields. birds! Chestnut Munia: Resident on several southeastern Hawaiian Islands. Many have a black belly, but in most cases Chestnut’s belly patch is not crisply defined—instead it typically blurs from black to blackish to chestnut. © Luke Seitz, Chestnut Munia, L. a. atricapilla, a dark chestnut individual with a well-defined black belly patch. In North America, there are populations in regions with climates warm enough to support these tropical birds such as in the states of Florida, Hawaii, and California. © Paul van Giersbergen. Additional introduced populations have been reported from the West Indies, but they do not appear to be well established. Female's call is higher pitched. © Lin Scott, Chestnut Munia, L. a. sinensis, immature molting into adult plumage. In most such cases, other factors will tend to indicate one species over the other, but perhaps not definitively. Many authoritative references in India continue to treat Tricolored and Chestnut as a single species. "); (As noted above, the flanks are typically white but can be yellow, tan, cinnamon, rufous, and several shades in between. Martyn Stewart, http://www.naturesound.org, Redmond, Washington USA. This individual is unusually pale and was identified as a cinnamon morph Tricolored. But several sources of confusion remain—most emanate from India, where both species (or forms) are native: A portion of the Tricolored Munia population is variably intermediate in appearance. © William Hull. 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